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Unit Objectives - Final Unit Ken Kesey's One Flew Over the...

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Final Unit: Ken Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest Unit Objectives, Study Guide, and Calendar Unit Goals/Objectives 1. Students will read to understand character development. 2. Students will determine author and reader purpose, and use those purposes to inform their reading and critical thinking. 3. Students will understand several major themes presented in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and how those themes work to inform about changing ideas in American Culture in the 1960’s. Unit Elements 1. Journals : You are expected to complete journals for each part of Kesey’s novel. You will have 4 journals due. In each journal, you will track character development and major themes, as well as answer comprehension questions. More details to follow. 2. Quizzes: You will have a quiz over each section of the text. There will be four quizzes total. Each quiz will be in a quotation identification format, so beware! You will not do well on these simply by watching the movie! 3. Class Discussions: There will be small group and whole class discussions throughout the unit. You will use your journal responses to aid in your discussion. You will be graded for your participation in these seminar-type discussions. 4. Essay: During the last two weeks of the unit, you will be working to write a critical essay over one of the themes you have been tracing throughout the text. You will have some in class time to work, but will need to do some out of class work as well.
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